CHERCHEURS INVITES DEPUIS 2009

German Mato
German Mato

German Mato studies the dynamics of neural systems in order to understand their functional capacities, analyzing models of neural networks by means of numerical and analytical techniques. He also works on the processing of medical images, developing algorithms that provide useful information to the clinical medium. He holds a PhD in physics, and he is researcher at Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica, researcher at Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas, and professor at Instituto Balseiro.

Liset Menender de la Prida
Liset Menender de la Prida

2016

Gilad Barnea (Division of Biology and Medicine, Brown University, New York) for 6 months, "Neural  circuits and behaviour" Alexander Fleischmann at the CIRB, Collège de France

2015

Oliver Griesbeck (Dept. Systems and Computational Neurobiology, Max-Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Munich) for 3 months, "Cellular Integration of Neuromodulatory Processes" Pierre Vincent at the Institut de Biologie Paris Seine

Joel Levine (Dept. Neurobiology and Behavior, Associate Dean of Stonybrook University, New York) for 6 months, Development of oligodendrocytes and neurovascular interactions Bernard Zalc, at ICM

2014

Pierre-Gilles Henry (Center for Magnetic Resonance Research, Minneapolis) for 4 months, "Normal and abnormal motor control" Stéphane Lehéricy - ICM & "Cell-cell interactions in neurodegenerative diseases"Gilles Bonvento - MIRCen

Terri Wood (Dept. Neurology and Neuroscience, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark, USA) for 9 months, Molecular and Cellular approaches of myelin repair (B. Nait Oumesmar) - ICM Hopital Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris.  

2013

Hongjun Song (John Hopkins University, Baltimore) for 2 months, Perception et Mémoire (P.-M. Lledo) - Institut Pasteur.

2012

German Mato (Centro Atomico Bariloche, Rio Negro, ARGENTINA) for 6 months, Neurophysics and Physiology lab (D. Hansel) - Univ. Paris Descartes. CNRS.

2011

Peter Brophy (School for Biomedical Sciences, University of Edinburg, UK) for 12 months, Myelisation and remyelisation lab (C. Lubetzki) - CRICM, CHU Pitié-Salpétriere, UPMC, Paris. CNRS - INSERM.

Marla B.Feller (UCLA, California, USA) for 5 months, Unit of Dynamic Neuronal lab (D. Di Gregorio) - Institut Pasteur, Paris. CNRS .

Liset Menendez de la Prida  (Instituto Cajal - CSIC Madrid, SPAIN) for 4 months, Cortex & Epilepsie lab (R. Miles) - CHU Pitié-Salpétriere, UPMC, Paris.

 2010

Karl Pfenninger (Univ. of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center, Colorado, USA) for 1 month, Membrane traffic in neuronal and epithelial morphogenesis lab (T. Galli) - Institut Jacques Monod, Paris. CNRS - INSERM.

Cha-Min Tang (Univ. of Maryland, School of Medecine, Baltimore, USA)for 6 weeks, Neurophysiology and new microscopy lab (V. Emiliani) - Centre des Saints-Pères, Paris. CNRS - INSERM.

Reha Erzurumlu (Univ. of Maryland, School of Medecine, Baltimore, USA) for 9 weeks, Developmental role of neurotransmitters (P. Gaspar) - Institut du Fer à Moulin, Paris.

2009

Ehud Isacoff (UC at Berkeley, USA) for 6 months, Neurophysiology and new microscopies lab (S. Charpak) - Centre des Saints-Pères, Paris. Paris Descartes - INSERM - CNRS.

Jack Feldman (UCLA, California, USA) for 6 months, Neurobiology of brainstem neuronal networks lab (J. Champagnat) - Campus de Gif-sur-Yvette. CNRS - Paris-Sud 11.

William Shuttleworth (Univ. of New Mexico School of Medicine, Nevada, USA) for 1 month, Neuro-degenerative diseases lab (Ph. Hantraye) - Fontenay-aux-Roses. CEA - CNRS - Paris-Sud 11.

Jennifer Rodger (Univ. Western Australia, Perth, Australia) for 4 months, Development and aging of the nervous system lab (J. Mariani) - Campus de Jussieu, Paris. UPMC - INSERM.

Attila Gulyas (Institute of Experimental Medicine, Budapest, Hungary) for 7 months, Cortex & Epile psy lab (R. Miles) - CRICM Hopital Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris. INSERM - UPMC - CNRS..